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What are flower growers called?


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John Enfield
2020-04-05 23:00:02
2020-04-05 23:00:02

Professional flower growers are called florists in most English speaking countries.


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Bozz Skaggs
2020-01-14 05:24:11
2020-01-14 05:24:11
Granny, Mom, Wife...

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Wiki User
2010-11-07 06:42:42
2010-11-07 06:42:42

Something along the lines of gardener, botanist, nurseryman, horticulturist, or florist

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Almost anyone can start a cut flower farm. Starting on a small scale, and expanding a needed. There are many books on the subject, even one called "The Flower Farmer" There is a national organization called The Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers that offers conferences and other resources for new, and experienced cut flower growers. Check with your local University Extension office, they often have information and also hold continuing education sessions at cut flower farms.

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The huge majority come from specialist flower-growers (farms), all over the world.

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the are mites that feed on plants using a sucking mouth part causing a drop in quality of that plant and potentially killing it. They are a big problem for commercial crop growers and ornamental flower growers.

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They are called farmers, cultivators, and growers.

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There is no patron saint of flowers. However, French Saint Thérèse de Lisieux (1873-1897), known as 'The Little Flower of Jesus' is the patron saint of flower growers


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